effected[ ih-fekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF effected
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Judged by the discussions of to-day, what advance has in politics been effected?
Something, however, may be effected by the means which they have placed in my hands.
I am all impatience to hear how this astonishing change was effected.
Indeed there is no reason that an actual economy should not be effected.
This was effected, and the ruinous city was in the hands of the French.
The march was effected at the very worst season of the year.
Yet it is difficult to see how this most desirable change is to be effected.
The formation of the associations was effected without the slightest delay.
But the change had been effected among these by the agency of extreme want.
What he effected by such novel, original, and powerful imagination is clear.